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This is a short summary of the article “The Church of Saints Philip and James in Naples” from Webzine SILKROADIA VOL.3 NO.2. For more information, please download our Webzine. http://www.sun-silkroadia.org/board/view?bd_id=webzine&wr_id=651 The Church of Saints Philip and James is in the heart of Naples, on the famous Via Spaccanapoli. Its construction began in the 16th cent...

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This is a short summary of the article "Dubai, a Metropolis of Trade, Exchanges and Mixtures, Looks to the Future as a Global Hub” from Webzine SILKROADIA VOL.3 NO.2. For more information, please download our Webzine. http://www.sun-silkroadia.org/board/view?bd_id=webzine&wr_id=651 In its role as a regional shopping center, Dubai aspires to be recognized as a metropolis and i...

ADMINISTRATOR 2022-09-27 264

Romania Tourism, https://romaniatourism.com/cluj-napoca.html   Here you can find a summary of one of the articles from our Webzine SILKROADIA VOL.4 NO.1. To find out more, please download the Webzine and refer to “Cluj-Napoca, the Central City of Transylvania and UNTOLD Festival” written by Jeong-o Park.   Cluj-Napoca is increasingly attracting tourists wo...

ADMINISTRATOR 2022-09-26 256

Here you can find a summary of one of the articles from our Webzine SILKROADIA VOL.4 NO.1. To find out more, please download the Webzine and refer to “Road Initiative Under Challenge to Overcome Conflicts” written by Alina Ivanova.   The author introduces the heated discussions over China’s Belt and Road Initiative and its double-edged effects across the world. As ...

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A worker at a paper mill in Samarkand, Uzbekistan © Euihwan Cho​​   Here you can find a summary of one of the articles from our Webzine SILKROADIA VOL.4 NO.1. To find out more, please download the Webzine and refer to “The Origin of Paper and the Silk Road” written by USSUN-HUFS Research & Study Team.   Thanks to the invention of paper,...

ADMINISTRATOR 2022-09-20 281

Yogurt: A Healthy Food Popular on the Silk Roads Yogurt, also spelled yoghurt or yoghourt, has an interesting, yet somewhat mysterious history. While we are unsure exactly where the actual food originated from, it is believed that it was invented in Mesopotamia around 5000 BCE. The word itself is assumed to be originated from Turkish word “rog” which means ‘condens...

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Pioneer of Modern Geography Linked to civilizations -Fictional interview with Baron Ferdinand Richthofen who coined “Silk Road”   In this interview, you will be able to experience the amazing perspective and life of the Baron Ferdinand Richtofen, the father of modern geography. Born in 1833 at Carlsruhe in Prussian Silesia (Poland), today he is remembered in our m...

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The Mongols and the Silk Roads Today, exports and imports take one-third of the global GDP based on the broad global network. This modern economic achievement is the product of human learning through the long history of the Silk Road. Especially, the old empire of Mongols and other states played important roles in the intercontinental connection and trade. The Silk Road was not created ...

ADMINISTRATOR 2022-09-05 271

This is a short summary of one of the articles from Webzine SILKROADIA VOL.4 NO.1. For more specialized information, please download our Webzine, and read "Ajanta: A Glistening Gem of Indian Cave Art" written by Vivek Mohan, an Associate Professor in the Department of History at Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, India. Archaeological sources are generally devoid of any reference...